Professions other than doctors - including teachers, bank staff and social workers - have been able to countersign
passport applications since 2001.
Prosecutor Graham Pickavance told the court that, in June 2001, the Passport Office in India Buildings became alerted to an application which was accompanied by a photograph, countersigned
on the reverse by Saunders.
DSCA would in-turn coordinate, countersign
, and mail the documents back to the implementing agency.
Clearly this is something that necessitates early negotiations and agreement between landlords and tenant and it seems that if the landlord is unwilling to countersign
a tenant's application in circumstances where the tenancy does not include the prescriptive five years, the tenant may have to exclude some of the land affected from the agreement.
He said it seemed to him that far too wide a body of people were allowed to countersign
an application and that consideration should be given to reducing the number.
This was pointed out to the cashier,but he said that he could countersign
a piece of paper in front of another cashier at another bank and they might cash them.
Dame Winifred Prentice, 83, said she had agreed to countersign
the cheques from a church-funded youth training company.
"He shall ensure the marker has signed the card, countersign
the card himself and return it to the Committee as soon as possible.
traveller's cheques before cashing them.
As Fianna Fail Chief Whip, Ahern had to countersign
cheques made payable out of the taxpayer-funded account of the then FF leader.
Defence Minister Earl Howe attended the annual Institute of Directors Open House conference in Pall Mall yesterday to countersign
the Armed Forces Covenant with Director General Stephen Martin.
She had also written a note and asked a colleague to countersign
it stating that she had delivered a Letts Diary to Archer's solicitors.